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20 Seventh Ave. South, New York, NY, 10014
at Leroy St.
Good place gone bad!
By cheech on 11/9/2009
I have visited Little Branch for cocktails many times and have enjoyed it so much so that I decided to bring a group of girlfriends visiting from LA recently. It was such a rude experience from the door man to the manager that I will NEVER go back there again.
Best cocktails in Manhattan.
By temprakneeoh on 5/26/2010
Knocked on the door at 11:30pm. A very polite doorman opened the door and led my guest and I downstairs. Great place, nice atmosphere for a professional drinker. It was quite full in a good way; not too crowded, not too sparse. I told the bartender that it was my birthday and we were recommended to drop by. The bartender down the street told us to expect beautifully boozy and properly handcrafted libations of a high order. This is exactly what we got! Not only that but the apparently rude "half Asian girl" also mixed a few drinks for us, and what do ya know --not only was she incredibly friendly (and beautiful) but also very professional and quite the mixer in her own right. Bottom line: the drinks were absolutely top notch and the staff were beyond gracious and professional. I've been in this business long enough to know that "the one simple truth" is this; when customers bitch, nine times out of ten it's because they *are* bitches! ;) Do yourself a favour and get yourself drink at Little Branch. If you're denied entry, treated badly, ignored or removed.. you might be time to ask yourself a few questions.
By jfialkoff on 7/21/2010
I went there with no expectations and was blown away. I loved that it was tucked away and not too many people knew about it. It is a hidden gem. The cocktail menu may look small but dont worry, if you dont see something that interests you...just ask your waitress and she knows so many more. All I had to do was tell her "my spirit of choice" and then she made her reccomendation. Each cocktail was more uniqure and delicious than the rest. I would definitely recommend this bar!
One of the best cocktail experiences you'll have in Manhattan
By cthom526 on 1/16/2011
We stopped in just as they opened the door at 7PM on a Saturday night. We got a great booth in the very back and were waited on by a great and very nice waitress named Lucinda. We had some questions about the drinks and she sat down next to us and explained them all. Such nice service. The drinks were excellent as was the atmosphere. There were only candles lighting the space and the great jazz playing at low volume added a nice touch. A very special evening and I can't wait to come back with more friends. Visit this place for a memorable experience.
Waitresses put the "cocky" in cocktail.
By Photochick on 10/9/2011
If you don't mind the major attitude from the cocktail waitresses, it's a nice place to go. They seem to really not want to be bothered with you. We were a party of 7. Spent quite a bit of money to be treated like we were bothering them to order more drinks. Cocktails were great though.
By matthewblack on 12/3/2011
Great drinks- great atmosphere! Arrived here on a Friday night with a few friends and got a table near the band. Very intimate place and romantic dim lighting. My only complaint would be the music was a little loud and we had to shout a bit...
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